The today show launched a new fitness program called Radius. The Radius trainers are made up of a team that includes a multitude of trainers. Some I have come across before on the internet. Some I have never heard of. That doesn't mean that they aren't excellent trainers by any means. Obviously they know their stuff to be part of such a huge project. According to the trainers that were on the show this is an on-demand fitness service that offers you workout videos in a variety of styles, intensities and durations. This will allow you to create your own customized training program. According to Radius it is "Personalized fitness, anytime, anywhere, any screen."
The Radius routines are designed to accessible anywhere, meaning they are viewable on any screen (such as your smartphone, computer, tablet and TV). Even more of a bonus is that they require little to no equipment. This makes it easy if you have a busy life, small space or travel a lot. Most routines don’t require anything beyond a mat, towel and water bottle.
NBCUniversal owns the venture in partnership with Under Armour, and with a monthly rate of $9.99 American. The most interesting part of this venture partnership is that the Radius programs will air on NBCSN, weekdays between 6 - 9 AM, and is also set to launch through Xfinity On Demand soon. How cool is that? It's been so long since there has been real workout programs on TV. Im not sure if this will be available in Canada right away but I sure hope so. This is totally something as a trainer that I would love to be a part of. Maybe a Canadian version? Just dreaming haha